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Dr. Harris Coulter
My writing about homeopathic medicine includes the name of Harris Coulter, Ph.D., medical historian. Dr. Coulter's writing has been a major influence on my own career in scientifically understanding Complementary and Alternative Medicine. See photo of Honored Guest presentation for him at a workshop I produced for Rudi Verspoor of the Hahnemann Center for Heilkunst.
A biography states: Dr. Coulter was born on October 8, 1932 in Baltimore, Maryland. In his significant career he has made contributions in many areas, including cancer, vaccinations, and shedding light on the conflict between the AMA and Homeopathy. His fluency in many languages (German, French, Spanish, Latin, Russian, Hungarian, and Serbo-Croatian) has helped him to communicate to a wide audience..
>>Dr. Harris Coulter: Author of Divided Legacy
Divided Legacy series: By historian Harris Coulter. This describes with careful academic rigor what I categorize as the philosophical and social divergence of the field of medicine and health care into two deeply entrenched camps of approaching life and health.
Divided Legacy Vol 1: The Origins of Modern Western Medicine: Hippocrates to Paracelsus.
Divided Legacy Vol 2; J.B. Van Helmont to Claude Bernard;
Divided Legacy Vol 3: Science and Ethics in American Medicine 1800-1914, the Conflict Between Homoeopathy and the American Medical Association;
"Medical historian Harris Coulter has made his book on the controlled clinical trial available for free download. This book examines the concept of the controlled trial and argues that it is not all it is cracked up to be."